Blue light


The eyes can tolerate a daily amount of blue light, but unfortunately, computers, tablets, cell phones, televisions, and other devices also emit this type of light. Today, 33% of adults spend more than 9 hours. in front of a digital device.

These lenses filter out a higher percentage of blue light. Pick them in your order. Available in your glasses with or without prescription for you to use when you’re at the computer, working on your tablet or watching TV.


They look like regular clear lenses when worn indoors but automatically darken when you move to a brighter area. Ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun affect the molecules in the moons, causing them to change color.


10 advantages of polarized sunglasses

– Vision without reflections.
– Superior sharpness and contrast.
– Total protection against UV rays.
– Colors that have a more natural look.
– Reduces eye fatigue and improves the ability to concentrate behind the wheel.



Bifocal lenses are lenses that have two different graduations. In this way it allows those who wear it to have two different graduations on their glasses at the same time to allow its users great comfort by having two glasses in one.


Progressive glasses are a combination of glasses for distance vision and glasses for near vision. They have a progressive gradation, hence their name. In this way, the lower part of the lens is graduated for near vision, the central part for intermediate vision and the upper part for distance vision.

Single Vision

Lenses that have gone through the carving process and are designed to correct vision at a certain distance, whether it is only far, intermediate or close, it has a single optical center and its power is found in the entire surface of the lens.



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